Ashleigh N. Beck graduated from Colorado State University in 2012 after receiving her Bachelors of Social Work with a minor in Languages, Literatures and Cultures with a concentration in Spanish. During her Senior Seminar placement with the Division of Child Welfare at the Colorado Department of Human Services, she worked extensively on state policies affecting children and their families. As a former foster child who has seen first-hand the issues facing children in care, Ashleigh decided to continue her education to be able to help children and families in the courtroom.
Ashleigh received her Juris Doctorate from the Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia in May 2015 and was admitted to practice law in Colorado in May of 2016. While in law school, she was a competing member of the University’s Moot Court team and an editor on the Regent Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy where she enhanced her research and writing skills. While in law school, Ashleigh interned for the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, a nonprofit organization focused on raising awareness about children in need of families, which led to her interning for U.S. Senator John Boozman (AR) and U.S. Representative J. Randy Forbes (VA-04) where she worked on issues affecting children and constituent relations.
A Colorado native, Ashleigh returned to Colorado in July 2016 to be closer to her family after working in government affairs in Washington, D.C. Working with children and families is her passion and she is excited to be back in Colorado practicing family law. Ashleigh splits her time equally between the Denver Metro Area and the high country, with her primary residence in Frisco, Colorado.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Regent University School of Law – Virginia Beach, Virginia
Juris Doctorate, 2015
Colorado State University-Fort Collins, Colorado B.S.W., 2012 Major: Social WorkMinor: Languages, Literatures and Cultures; Spanish Concentration
40-hour Mediation Training - Judy Mares-Dixon & Associates, August 2019
Colorado Mandatory Child and Family Investigation Training, Office of the State Court Administrator, November 2019